'Quid' means 'why' or 'what.'
Quid agis? (singular) Quid agitis? (plural)
The most logical translation is "something repayed" coming from the Latin word from which retribution is derived.
Nunc quid est id is the Latin equivalent of 'Now what is it?'. In the word by word translation, the adverb 'nunc' means 'now'. The interrogative pronoun 'quid' means 'what'. The verb 'est' means '[he/she/it] is'. The pronoun 'id' means 'it'.
Quid est proxima? (maybe)
It means why? or what?.
what now in latin is: quid nunc source: http://sites.google.com/site/latinaidnow
The Latin word 'quid' is the neuter form of 'quis', which is the feminine and masculine form. As an interrogative, it means what, who. As an indefinite, it means anybody, anyone, anything.
The Latin phrase 'vidi quidi' contains an error, and is incomplete. For the word 'quidi' needs to be written as 'quid'. The word-by-word translation is as follows: 'vidi' means '[I] have seen'; and 'quid' means 'what'. The English meaning of the corrected phrase, 'vidi quid', is the following: I have seen what... .
The translation is, kalendarium
The Latin translation for the word Grow is Crescere or Glíscere.
The Latin translation for the word migrate as a verb is migrare.
Latin doesn't have a word for "the"
The Latin phrase 'Ioannes quid vis pro laboribus' means John, what do you want for your labors?The word-by-word translation is the following: 'Ioannes' means 'John'; 'quid' means 'what'; 'vis' means 'you want'; 'pro' means '[in exchange] for'; 'laboribus' means 'labors'.
Quid in English is, "what?"
The Latin translation for Brass is Orichalcum.
what is the translation into latin for In the beginning was the word
The Latin word for now is nunc
The Latin word for Tourist is Viatór.
Latin doesn't have a word for the. It lacks articles. Thus, "a" "an" and "the" are not in Latin.
The English translation of the Latin question 'Quid vir de magno pericolo agit' is What does a man bring forth out of great danger? or perhaps What is the man doing about the great danger?The word-by-word translation is as follows: 'quid' means 'what'; 'vir' means 'man'; 'de' means 'from, out of, concerning'; 'magno' means 'great'; 'periculo' means 'danger'; and 'agit' means '[he/she/it] does/sets in motion'.
Creator is both the English and the Latin word.
Furtim is the Latin word for "by stealth"
The latin word for monkey is simianus.
The Latin word for blue is "venetus."
"q" isn't a word.The Latin word for "something" is aliquid, in some contexts (e.g. after the word si "if") simply quid.